Breeders’ Cup

‘Like A Breeders’ Cup In April’: Saturday’s Grade 1 Apple Blossom Features Full Field Of 14

Serengeti Empress had to beat 13 rivals to win the country’s biggest race for 3-year-old fillies last year. She will have to beat the same number to win one of the country’s biggest two-turn races for older fillies and mares Saturday at Oaklawn Park. Joel Politi’s Serengeti Empress is among 14 horses entered in the […]

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Breeders’ Cup CEO: Races Still On For Now, Tickets Will Be Refunded If Run Without Crowds

Breeders’ Cup president and CEO Drew Fleming released the following open letter to media Thursday afternoon:  To the fans and supporters of Breeders’ Cup, The health and safety of the racing community, including its athletes, fans and workers, has always been Breeders’ Cup’s top priority. As we collectively navigate this uncharted and difficult time, I […]

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Breeders’ Cup Donates Gloves, Masks To COVID-19 Front Lines In Kentucky

The Breeders’ Cup has responded to a call from Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear for assistance in getting necessary supplies to those on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. In his daily addresses updating Kentuckians on the coronavirus fight, Beshear has echoed the struggle of leaders in other states that personal protective equipment (PPE) like […]

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Favorite Five: Joe Nevills’ Favorite Races Of All Time

Social media has produced a seemingly never-ending list of conversation starters to pass the time during the COVID-19 pandemic, prompting users to share their favorite horses, races, stories, photos, and videos. Paulick Report bloodstock editor Joe Nevills has combined a few of those topics to take a look back on the five most important horse […]

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Tickets For 2020 Breeders’ Cup At Keeneland Now On Sale

The Breeders’ Cup, one of Thoroughbred racing’s most prestigious international events, today announced that tickets to the 2020 Breeders’ Cup World Championships at Keeneland on November 6 and 7 are now on sale to the general public. In accordance with continuous efforts by the Breeders’ Cup to enhance the fan and participant experience, the 2020 event will incorporate […]

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Breeders’ Cup Announces New Safety Measures, $4 Million In Purse Increases

The Breeders’ Cup Board of Directors met during a regularly scheduled meeting to discuss future business plans for the Company including next steps in advancing safety measures and purse levels for the two-day World Championships. The Breeders’ Cup Board continued its commitment to using the organization’s leadership position within the industry to encourage the adoption […]

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Midnight Bisou Ruled Out Of Dubai World Cup Bid; Mucho Gusto, Tacitus Stay Overseas

Champion mare Midnight Bisou, a gallant second in Saturday’s $20 million Saudi Cup, will head home to the United States this week rather than turning back in four weeks for the $12 million Dubai World Cup, reports the Daily Racing Form. The Steve Asmussen-trained mare joins Saudi Cup winner Maximum Security in deciding not to pursue […]

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Five Months After Breeders’ Cup Scratch, Vitalogy Returns A Winner In Palm Beach

Qatar Racing Limited, Marc Detampel and Bottle Rocket Stable’s Vitalogy, racing for the first time in nearly five months after being scratched from the Breeders’ Cup last fall, took the lead at the top of the stretch and held off a slew of challengers through the lane to win the $150,000 Palm Beach Saturday at […]

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‘First Things First’: One Step At A Time For Juvenile Champ Storm The Court

Storm the Court makes his three-year-old debut Sunday in the San Vicente Stakes at Santa Anita, a race Peter Eurton hopes will lead to the Kentucky Derby on May 2. If so, it would mark only the second starter in the Run for the Roses in the trainer’s successful career of just over three decades. […]

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